A year has passed since Niger's dramatic coup. Life has become more dangerous and desperate

One year has passed since a dramatic coup in Niger

India and UK launch tech initiative as new British foreign minister makes his first official visit

India and Britain are launching a new technology security initiative expected to boost economic growth and deepen collaboration on critical technologies

India and UK launch tech initiative as new British foreign minister makes his first official visit

India and Britain are launching a new technology security initiative expected to boost economic growth and deepen collaboration on critical technologies

Amid tensions with China, some US states are purging Chinese companies from their investments

Some U.S. states are scrapping investments in Chinese companies amid tensions between countries with the world's largest economies

A neurological disorder stole her voice. Jennifer Wexton takes it back on the House floor.

A rare neurological disorder robbed Rep. Jennifer Wexton of her ability to speak clearly

NORAD says it tracked Chinese and Russian military planes off Alaska

A joint U.S.-Canada aerospace command says two Chinese and two Russian military planes were tracked flying over international waters near Alaska

Myanmar violence, South China Sea tensions are top issues as Southeast Asian diplomats meet in Laos

Southeast Asian foreign ministers are gathering in the capital of Laos for the start of a regional forum that will run through Saturday

Boeing and the Justice Department detail the company's guilty plea involving jetliner crashes that killed 346 people

Boeing and the Justice Department detail the company's guilty plea involving jetliner crashes that killed 346 people

Prosecutors file Boeing's plea deal to resolve felony fraud charge tied to 737 Max crashes

The Justice Department has filed an agreement in which Boeing will plead guilty to a fraud charge for misleading regulators who approved the 737 Max jetliner before two of the planes crashed, killing 346 people

Appeals judges rule against fund used to provide phone services for rural and low-income people

A federal appeals court in New Orleans has ruled unconstitutional a method the Federal Communications Commission uses to fund telephone and broadband services for rural and low-income users

Nebraska governor issues a proclamation for a special session to address property taxes

Nebraska Gov. Jim Pillen has issued a long-awaited proclamation to call a special legislative session to address soaring property taxes

Appeals judges rule against fund used to provide phone services for rural and low-income people

A federal appeals court in New Orleans has ruled unconstitutional a method the Federal Communications Commission uses to fund telephone and broadband services for rural and low-income users

Puerto Rico bans discrimination against those who wear Afros and other hairstyles on diverse island

Puerto Rico’s governor has signed a law that prohibits discrimination against people wearing Afros, twists, braids and other hairstyles in the racially diverse U.S. territory

Authorities say 600 Mexicans have crossed into Guatemala to escape drug cartel violence

Guatemalan authorities say that nearly 600 Mexicans have fled across the border into Guatemala seeking refuge from drug cartel violence

Puerto Rico finalizes details of upcoming referendum on political status amid criticism over cost

Plans to hold a nonbinding referendum on Puerto Rico’s political status have come under scrutiny for its multimillion-dollar cost as election officials announced the order and description of choices on the upcoming ballot

UN cultural agency rejects plan to place Britain's Stonehenge on list of heritage sites in danger

The United Nations’ cultural agency has rejected recommendations to place Stonehenge on the list of endangered world heritage sites over concerns that Britain’s plans to build a nearby highway tunnel threaten the landscape around the...

Eluned Morgan will be Wales' first female leader as she takes over a troubled governing party

Wales is set to get its first female leader

Turkish authorities detain Russian suspected in bombing that wounded 2 people in Moscow

Turkey's interior minister says authorities have detained a Russian man who allegedly fled to Turkey shortly after carrying out a bomb attack that wounded two people in Moscow

A prominent Myanmar Christian leader is released from prison for a second time in 4 months

A prominent Christian church leader and human rights advocate from Myanmar’s Kachin ethnic minority was released from prison earlier this week

EU executive criticizes rule of law issues in Hungary, Slovakia, Italy; lauds reforms elsewhere

The European Union’s executive commission has criticized rule of law developments in Hungary, Italy and Slovakia, but welcomed reforms in Poland and Spain in its latest democracy health check across the 27-nation bloc

Spain's Supreme Court challenges constitutionality of amnesty for Catalan separatists

Spain’s Supreme Court has challenged the constitutionality of an amnesty law pushed through by the government earlier this year to help Catalonia's separatists